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At $2400, it ain't cheap, but it looks like a lot of fun.

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If you really feel the need for a Tatical semi automatic shotgun google AK saga shotgun...... like half the price

or you could by a Mossy 500 or Rem. 860 with a few 1000 rounds at the same price.
 

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Until the mag systems proven go with the Sagia. Mags more available also. Best bet, IMO, is a solid pump with LOTS of rounds. Tested, proven, and affordable.
 

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If you really feel the need for a Tatical semi automatic shotgun google AK saga shotgun...... like half the price

or you could by a Mossy 500 or Rem. 860 with a few 1000 rounds at the same price.
Or you could purchase 3 shotguns strategically and covertly place them. A rude awakening for a home invader(s).
 

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Tactical shot gun never really understood that one.
NO go At 2400 and at any price not much more than a bragging rights range toy.
 

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Cool Concept and a neat gun. Crappy price tag.
 
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Yeah, but it's kinda cool. I'll stick to my Rem 870 though.
 
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For $2400 I could get 6 Remington 870's and duct tape them together to make a Remington 5220 that holds 35 rounds.
 

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Gun Blast did a review on them...Interesting review.

They are made by a local company, pricy and yet American made.
 

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It does have the cool factor for sure, but I'd go with a proven design myself. Although if there was another 2400 layin around I'd have it.
 

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I have considered one, but with the issues they are having with feeding and mags I figured I should wait. I have a few Saiga 12's and a Vepr 12. Neither option compares to my Super Black Eagle II with extended tube. I also love my Mossberg JM Pro. Any will work, but having the choice of which round to load as the SRM 1216 claims to have caught my attention. I Need to feel one and try it out before committing that much $$$$.
 
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